Terry M. Sandroff, DDS, MS

Dr. Terry Sandroff was born in 1958.  He was raised in Morton Grove, attending Niles West High School.  He graduated college from Champaign and subsequently completed his dental training at the University of Illinois.  Dr. Sandroff received his periodontal degree as well as Masters of Science from the University of Missouri at Kansas City in 1986, graduating Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa.

Terry has given over 150 lectures both locally and regionally to dental groups, The University of Illinois Dental School, hygiene societies and at the American Academy of Periodontology National meeting. Terry is also a member of many local and regional dental societies including the Northern Illinois Dental Specialists Study Club, which is an elite group of 15 specialists who meet quarterly to discuss complex comprehensive surgical cases.  He has been trained in multiple implant systems and considers implants an integral part of daily Periodontics.

In 1990, Dr. Sandroff was also honored to be asked by Proctor & Gamble to teach all Chicagoland periodontists how and when to use a prototype non-surgical material to treat periodontal disease which gained wide recognition and is commonly used today.  The fact that he was part of this ground breaking non-surgical study, exemplifies his philosophy of conservative treatment if at all possible.

He also has been part of the Hygiene Externship Program at Harper College, in which senior hygiene students spent a day with Dr. Sandroff and his staff to experience the real world of Periodontics.

He currently lives with his wife and daughter in Buffalo Grove, his son attends college at the University of Illinois as well.